plug-ugly


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plug-ugly

mod. very ugly. (see also pug-ugly.) Your dog is just plug-ugly!
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However, while she's attracted to him and itchily horny, she's vowed to never date until her smart, self-aware but plug-ugly (bad teeth, bad skin, excess body hair, infected toe nail) childhood best friend June (Christine Lakin) gets laid too.
They need to be told, too, that being grossly overweight is not only socially irresponsible, but is also plug-ugly.
But donkey's years of going racing have drummed in an essential truth - good-looking people cut a dash whatever they wear and plug-ugly ones still look like boots despite being dressed by Savile Row or Chanel.
The plug-ugly Lothario has woven an incredible web of deceit to bounce between a string of women before heartlessly dumping them.
Pairing their nubile star with Denis Lavant, whose battered, been-around, plug-ugly intensity provides the perfect foil for Le Besco's pubescent wildness, helmers unleash their powerhouse couple on a small enclave of summer campers.
While the subsidiary idea of an X-rating and a list for the plug-ugly buildings we want to see flattened was an idea of George Ferguson, president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, to speed up the demolition so we could replace them with something better.
Well Porsche's Cayenne is becoming an increasingly popular sight on UK roads, despite being panned as plug-ugly by most so-called expert observers.
Although I thought it was plug-ugly, she recognized the value of the shirt.
On the video screen, a plug-ugly named Balrog had just cut loose with a series of side-kicks and elbow blows, against which the old sage was only too helpless.
Well-traveled on the fest circuit, pic has many virtues (including a standout perf by plug-ugly lead Sergio Hernandez) but fails to press a sufficient number of "prestige" buttons to gain an arthouse run.
Magazine writer Kate (Famke Janssen) settles down to write a piece on relationships that has her reviewing her own love life with a variety of men including the good, the mad and the plug-ugly.
Moreover, he was perfectly content to remain 'the same plug-ugly as I always was' on television.